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Dawn on the Columbia river
  Dawn on the Columbia river
Dawn on the Columbia river
During a series of forest fires in the Wenatchee forest, the morning light over the Columbia river, was a smokey golden hue.

Shutter Speed: 1/2500.00 F-stop: f/7.1
Focal Length: 28.00

© Dale Hardin
Sony A77 SLT

 
 
 
Laura E. Swan
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    This is just the framing I would have chosen, too. Wonderful. Sad about the fires but it sure gave you a beauty of a shot, Dale!

-Laura :D

10/28/2012 11:55:13 AM

 
Dale Hardin
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Thanks Laura. At first, when I came into town, I was surprised because I didn't remember ever having fog in Wenatchee. Then I smelled the smoke and realized what had happened. Fires were very common when I was raised there over 60 years ago.

10/28/2012 3:15:56 PM

 
Laura E. Swan
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Forest fire smoke is common here, too, in the summer, Dale. British Columbia, west of us, always has fires and the smoke gets carried through the Rockies. We camp a lot in Banff National Park and I always feel bad when there is smoke because the tourists are really banking on beautiful photos when they are here. What can a person do?

10/28/2012 3:29:41 PM

 
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